Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.14 -0.83% 16.75 225,870 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.70 16.80 17.00 16.70 17.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 7.12 -5.51 -1.52 51
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:08 O 14,663 16.714 GBX

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Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 16.89p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 15.50p and a 12 week average price of 9.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 32.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.70p.
There are currently 305,686,880 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 844,039 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £51,202,552.40.
t_baggins: Save the cutting and pasting the hearsay and totally unfounded conspiracy theory of another poster unrelated to Nano.. You have failed too illustrate one Iota with any evidence just how the “ MM’S are controlling the nano share price” I would be grateful as that is the subject matter under debate; if you would now like to do so?
t_baggins: Mr Barkboo, let me help, you are obviously confused betwixt MM and SETS. The later is an order driven system where individual's can and so make the market and place orders. Can you see how uniformed your posts look when you vomit out your spaghetti of words on this thread informing us all how the MM's are controlling the nano share price. It's embarrassing to read!
davidw99: I really do not know what outcome to expect NigWit. I am not sure that anyone outside does but if you do please do share. If a White Knight turns up with the right offer, I shall certainly be a grateful shareholder. If not, it will do the share price no good but should not mean the Samsung game is over. A further fund raise would be essential and NANO would need to deliver a profitable future in sensors and other products including the famous 'NANO particle' (whatever it does) and potentially in Display independently of Samsung. If NANO CFQD are as good as ME says, we should surely be able to find a different customer for CFQD. We know Wah Hong is struggling to satisfy demand for its film, and if it still uses NANO CFQD, there is a possibility NANO product is already being sold in greater volume. I also think I am correct in saying that NANO supplies Wah Hong directly rather than via a licensee (?) which would mean higher margins. We know not whether insurers are funding the action, or if Mintz has been secured on a contingent fee basis but even if not, NANO could still emerge as a winner in time, if the merits of its allegations permit. I too would much prefer all to be settled soonest, but NANO needs to show resolve to protect its IP if it wants to maximise chance of settlement. To suggest to Samsung there is no desire to take them on and go the full way will be viewed as weakness and a green light to stick to a derisory offer (if one is made at all).
rochdae: Of course there are many potential outcomes. That's a statement of the obvious. But as investors/gamblers you have to take a position otherwise there's no point at all. The share price has gone up because of the sale announcement and then the litigation announcement. That much is pretty certain. If the sale falls through the share price will go back to 12p, probably less given nano doesn't have the commercial business or the income to see out the court case. The litigation makes the sale even more likely in other words. Perhaps though no-one wants to buy nano. For me that would mean it has very limited value. But I don't believe that is the case. davidw1, You make some good points. I doubt the nano/dupont aspirations will ever be realised personally. Nano are more interested in coming to an agreement than going to court. I think Samsung are also. I'm not sure what that will be, but it may be the only viable alternative to selling up.
gary38: If we get a response from Samsung trying to stop the writs,Nano share price will fly through the 55 resistance point.DYOR
rochdae: dave.harker, A very good point well made. You are precisely correct. Nano were shafted by Samsung and now it's payback time. They did commercialise but we never got paid for it. So now it's down to the wire. And the Texan jury. All the money flowing into the share price these last few days is from the hedge funds taking a position. It's nothing to do with the long-term business of Nanoco and eps stuff. Just a bet on how much Samsung will be forced to pay. The market thus far seems in support of the action. It's usually correct though. Without being too long winded, Nanoco's advantage has always been its production model. It's a batch seeding model. Back in 2010 it was a huge leap forward. It promised scale and consistency and allowed for cadmium free processing. The hot injection process was small scale and the nuclearization was hard to control. It needed cadmium to make it workable. The continuous flow model never got off the ground. Anyway, as I see it, Samsung had made advances in it's cadmium free dots but needed to scale up. Along comes Nanoco and it shares its IP. Samsung nick it and use it to scale up their indium cadmium free dots. Remember, Nano's seeding process can be used for any sort of quantum dots. Cadmium, indium phosphide or the recent stuff for Apple. The problems Nano have faced is that although their process is great, their own dots don't come up to scratch. That's why LG dumped them etc.. Anyway, so Samsung took the seeding approach and Hansol did the rest in terms of production. But now nanoco are fighting back. If there are ion clusters in their quantum dots this means Samsung are using a seeding process. You don't get this with hot injection. But I still think this is Nanoco's last throw of the dice. They haven't managed to commercialise a bean in 15 years. Their only differentiator is the seeding patents, but they are due to expire in about 36 months. It's now or never. So although I won't mind a fund raising on the basis of fighting Samsung, I'm not keen on one that says we are close to commercialisation and just need a bit more time. Roch
and1: This looks a better scenario for Nano share price then trying to push forward with Dow. Its looks easier and cheaper for Samsung to settle and pay a license fee or buy up Nanoco, rather than fight it in courts with an injunction on its sales. Hopefully get back the previous highs?
paul planet earth: Samsung acquisition of Nanoco using a share deal is a no brainer. Seems obvious if Samsung like Nanoco tech they may offer a share for share deal rather than cash. Samsungs share price is currently 8 times EBITDA or 30 times Free Cash Flows hence share offer rather than cash makes more financial sense although Samsung generates over $20 Billion of free cash flow each year. Samsung's current share price is $1,250 so an offer at 100p a Nanoco share, Samsung will only need to issue 300k new shares to acquire Nanoco..That's just 0.000045% new share capital (or dilution of existing ownership) to be issued from a market capitalization of $958 Billion or 7.4 Billion existing shares. Samsung BOD's - Happy - Check - fits with $11 Billion QD 5 year plan and offers opportunity to bring QD inhouse no need for Nanosys Inc or at least diversify supplier base don't need to rely on just one foreign owned supplier. It also follows the existing pattern of acquiring Vision QD in 2016 and their own R&D QD existing program. Samsung II's - Happy - Check - future revenue and earnings stream, corners market, provides barriers to entry preventing the other major electronic industry competitors (LG, Sony et al) easily entering the market place. Nanoco BOD's - Happy - Check - bonus and possible job security as well as enhanced returns on their shares investment held. Nanoco II's - Happy - Check - probably double it more their initial investment returns over the last 18 years. Nanoco small investors - In the main Happy, considering alternatives - Check. Good for publicity and raising the profile of QD technology. Pls DYOR but the above scenario could easily play out!
nigwit: Rumours abound online about Apple being close to ordering tech for micro-LED displays from some Taiwanese firms for the next gen Apple Watch. The timing of the earliest of these reports seems to correlate with today's sudden share price reversal but volumes aren't especially high (given the low share price) to give concrete support to the hypothesis that the news is connected; which is not to say that it isn't. hTTps:// Some observations: 1. The Taiwanese firms are an LED processor and a display assembler. These firms will likely require quantum dots 2. We know from page 9 of the last interim results presentation that Nanoco's has relations with a "Number of QD Film, Ink and Photo-Resist Producers". hTTp:// 3. We know from the 21 June RNS that Nanoco remains in discussion with the US Partner (who we can now be certain is Apple). hTTp:// 4. We do not know why Apple chose to pay for a production lab extension in Runcorn instead of paying to convert the existing lab. Could this point to it's intention to procure Nanoco's QDs as well as the, now suspended, 2D Nano-particles? I think it might at least be a contributing factor. 5. We don't know why Wah Hong's share price is up yet. It could be connected to Nanoco's fortunes in several ways. Could this be another? Are Apple planning other future uses for QD's? Almost certainly. How does their new Pro Display function? hTTps:// 6. So far, Nanoco has not rushed to raise funds and the majority of the institutions have held firm and so don't seem to be selling down prior to a dilution. Why? 7. Both Nanoco and Plessey are still recruiting hTTp:// hTTps:// - (Notice how Plessey's images are from the same source as many that Nanoco have been using for at least two years.) I realise there are as many questions as answers but weighing these things is the key to making the right decisions first, before the rest of the market. ----- On the other hand some city experts are saying that plenty of overseas buyers are eyeing UK Stocks whilst sterling is down due to Brexit. Could Nanoco be low hanging fruit for a foreign TO? If there's an offer we'll only be second to hear about it. hTTps://
davidw1: NigWit Your appearance on ADVFN has caused quite a stir! Please do not dismiss others views and attempt to censor what some view as realism. Keep to what you do rather well - informing all of emerging news and your views. Nice to see Wah Hong is up again but it has been making progress for months and yet there is no direct correlation in the NANO share price. If you are right that WH is producing film with Dow DuPont CFQD for Display then you are ahead of markets that NANO is listed on. Also, before the FCA would take any action on insider dealing it needs hard evidence of it, which is hard to come by and it would need to be very confident in it. I don’t think anyone is suggesting that ME acted on inside info. He is well placed to form his own judgement/view and able to trade shares in Open periods. As shareholders we are able to question why he would want to sell.
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